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Jason Clem is 12 years into a life sentence for a murder he committed when he was 16.

A nonprofit estimates there are 60 people like Clem in Virginia, serving a life sentence without hope of parole, for a crime they committed when they are under 18. The United States Supreme Court has ruled that’s unconstitutional.

But, so far, that's had little effect for those in Virginia.

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Update:  Friday, Oct. 21

Testimony continues Friday in the $7.8 million lawsuit against Rolling Stone Magazine.  On the stand, reporter Sabrina Rubin-Erdely who wrote the now retracted story, 'A Rape on Campus.'

Charlottesville Daily Progress reporter Dean Seal is covering the case.  He says Thursday’s testimony focused on mistakes Erdely had made. 

Virginia Chamber of Commerce

Virginia’s Chamber of Commerce surveyed a number of likely voters last week on several different issues, one of which was the economy. 

New Orleans jazz pianist and singer Henry Butler perceives the world in a very important way - as an artist, thinker, and mystic. A uniquely eclectic musician, Butler has been blind since birth.

Last Quarter host Josh Jackson talks to Butler about taking the creative cultural influences around him in his own direction.

VA Humanities Foundation Founder to Step Down

Oct 20, 2016
University of Virginia

It’s rare for someone to stay in the same job for forty years, but Rob Vaughan is a rare person.  He’s been with the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities since graduate school – building it into the biggest organization of its kind.  Today, the VFH celebrates literature and language, history and art, philosophy, culture and cuisine with grants, fellowships, conferences, publications and radio programs.  Sandy Hausman reports on how Vaughan made it happen.